Join our network
The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance is currently reviewing its network and developing this part of our website so we can more effectively promote and connect the growing number of people working in arts and criminal justice.
- If you would like to subscribe to our newsletter and our network please email email@example.com
- If you are interested in finding out who is working in your area and would like to connect with the artists and organisations in our network please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s what our network subscribers say
What the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance is doing is just incredible – they are not only a fantastic resource for arts charities, they bring us all together and in doing so make us stronger as a community. I’m not sure we would still be going if it wasn’t for the support we’ve received from this much needed organisation.”
Are you a voluntary sector organisation working in the criminal justice system?
The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance is managed by Clinks. Clinks is the national membership body for voluntary sector organisations working in criminal justice.
Clinks members receive a great package of benefits, including free access to the GRANTnet funding database, exclusive policy briefings and marketing opportunities to over 10,000 contacts. Click here for more information
Image courtesy of Artichoke. Other Side of the Wall, Errol Fernandes, Dan Civico, Sarah Blood, Sheree Mack, Lindsay Duncanson. Lumiere Durham 2013